Niagara County is currently holding an online real estate auction for the county’s tax foreclosed real estate properties. The online auction conducted by Buffalo-based Auctions International, begins at noon Monday, April 10, and will continue until Tuesday, April 25, with the sale starting to close at 10 a.m.
There are over 35 residential, commercial and vacant lot properties up for auction for this online-only event. Among them a two-story tan house with a green metal roof, and a one-car detached garage on Charlotteville Road in the Town of Newfane.
Tax-defaulted property auctions help Niagara County recoup lost tax revenues needed for public services and return property to a revenue generating status.
“We are thrilled to once again be conducting this important auction for Niagara County,” said RJ Klisiewicz, operations manager for Auctions International. “The online-only platform affords interested bidders the convenience of bidding in the comfort of their homes or offices from anywhere in the world. More eyes on the properties increases the bidding and generates greater revenue for the county.”
To participate in this online auction, all interested parties must complete an online bidder registration packet and create an online bidding account with Auctions International. Links to both are on the Auctions International website. Packets must be received by 4 p.m. Friday, April 21, or one will not be allowed to bid. There are no exceptions.
For further information and links to the full property list, including detailed descriptions and photographs of each item, visit www.NiagaraCoAuction.com, and Auctions International at www.auctionsinternational.com.